Friday, March 28, 2008

Teacher Training Program in Wai`anae

Wai`anae students interested in teaching visited Maile at the Capitol. Pictured are: Front Row (L-R) - Hannah McComie, Alena Greenidee, and Jewel Greenidee. Back Row (L-R) - Josh Morimoto, Maile, and Sandie Morimoto.

Ka Lama Education Academy mentors Wai`anae students, such as Hannah, who are interested in becoming teachers. This program aims to address Wai`anae's chronic teacher shortage by fostering more "home grown" teachers.

Other students who were exploring becoming teachers were part of the Teacher Cadet Program (TCP), which is in part sponsored by HAFT (Hawaii Alliance for Future Teachers) and DOE. The TCP is a one credit elective class that is available at various high schools. Farrington, Waipahu, and Wai`anae High students were in attendance at the Capitol.

For more information, please contact:

Sandie Morimoto
Lead Coordinator/Community Counselor
INPEACE - Institute for Native Pacific Education and Culture Ka Lama Education Academy
86-088 Farrington Hwy, Ste 201
Wai`anae, HI 96792
Phone 808 696-8312 Fax 808 696-4024

1 comment:

Sandie said...

Correction...
The other students that are exploring becoming teachers are with the Teacher Cadet Program. It is in part sponsored by HAFT (Hawaii Alliance for Future Teachers)and DOE. The TCP is a 1 credit elective class that is available at various high schools. Farrington, Waipahu, and Wai`anae High students were in attendance at the Capitol.